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NDRRMC Update SitRep No. 1 on Tropical Storm "BEBENG" - International Name "AERE"

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II. EFFECTS

A. Region IV-A

• As of 4:00 PM 7 May 2011, there were no reports of flooding nor landslides at this time. The weather was still fair in the areas of Batangas, Cavite, Rizal, and Quezon with the exception of Guinayangan wherein the weather was reportedly cloudy skies with scattered rain showers. Laguna had mostly cloudy skies

B. Region IV-B

• As of 9:30 PM 7 May 2011, there were no reports of flooding or landslides at this time. Occidental Mindoro had experienced cloudy skies while Marinduque had cloudy skies with light rains. Romblon was partly cloudy skies with light rains. The skies of Oriental Mindoro and Puerto Princesa and Coron in Palawan were partly cloudy

• All roads and bridges are still passable to light and heavy vehicles

C. Region V

in anticipation of TS Bebeng, travel between and among the following ports were suspended. Data on the stranded passengers and vehicles are as follows: see the table

D. Region VIII

• Luis Dingcol, 47 years old, of Brgy. Canlanpay, Carigara, Leyte, died due to drowning • Flooding as high as two (2) meters had affected the following areas below: see the table

• Due to the flooding, many transportation utilities in Northern Samar were stranded. Details of stranded vehicles, vessels and passengers are as follows: [see the table]

• Around 8:30 AM, six (6) families from Purok Rosal, District 29, Brgy Nadonghulan, Ormoc City were evacuated to the Barangay Hall of Alta Vista due to a landslide • The roads in Barangays Canligues and Concepcion in the municipality of Paranas and Barangays Parina and Macabetas in the municipality of Jiabong were not passable due to the flood. The southroad from Calbayog to Catarman was also impassable